Students who are currently enrolled in at least one of the following courses: MATH
B22, MATH B22L, MATH B23, MATH B26, MATH B27, MATH B1A, MATH B1AL, MATH B1B, MATH
B2, MATH B4, MATH B6A, MATH B6B, MATH B6C, MATH B6D, MATH B6E, PSYC B5, or TECM B52
can enroll in the Math B99NC class to get help / drop-in tutoring for that class.

Students can add the Math B99NC class to their schedule and drop-in to our in-person
location in GS 8 OR zoom session during our open hours for tutoring. You will have
to sign-in when you enter the center and sign-out when you leave the center using
the online sign-in / sign out form.

Yes, students who are enrolled in the Math B99NC can come in-person / join the zoom
meeting to get one-on-one help. However, the in-person and zoom hours might be different
every semester. Please check the Math Learning Center homepage for the updated Math
Learning Center business hours for the semester.

No, the Math Learning Center tutoring is only drop-in, no appointments necessary.

Yes, all students are welcome to use the Math Learning Center especially if you are
looking for a place to study or to do your homework. You can also use our laptops
while you are in the center.

Yes, if you are currently taking a math class this semester and need help for your
class, you need to enroll in the Math B99NC class again.

No, if you are enrolled in the Math B99NC class, you have an option to just come in
to the Math Learning Center for drop-in tutoring AND / OR learn the ALEKS based online
course offered as an additional resource for math skill building. Students who are
enrolled in the Math B99NC can also access the power point presentations of certain
math topics that are available for students to learn under Canvas-> Assignments.

No, the Math Learning Center do not rent scientific / graphing calculators or chromebooks
or laptops. However, students can use the laptops available in the Math Learning Center
while they are in the center.

No, print services are not available for students in the Math Learning Center.

Yes, they can. All athletes must sign-in and sign-out when they use the Math Learning
Center to do their study hall hours AND must click “Yes” for the option “Are you a
student athlete?” on the sign-in / sign-out form. The records of the athletes’ study
hours spent in the Math Learning Center will be sent to the athletics department every
week.